Defender Mark Connolly says he’ll be delighted to see Dundee United keep on winning – even if that means he’ll have to continue looking on from the sidelines.
He’s spent time at various clubs north and south of the border but defender Mark Connolly insists the feeling at Dundee United right now is altogether different.
Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson says he is delighted to have defender Mark Connolly back in contention for tonight’s derby.
Dundee United defender Mark Connolly understands the irony of tonight’s Dundee derby potentially being his full return from injury.
Friday night is a golden chance for Dundee United to send a crystal clear signal to the rest of the Championship that they really mean business this season.
Dundee United centre-back Mark Connolly could be in line for his first start in over two months in Friday’s derby at Dens Park.
Dundee United will be without injured pair Jamie Robson and Nicky Clark for the visit to Alloa tonight.
Dundee United will welcome back defender Troy Brown to the fold for tomorrow’s meeting with Morton at Tannadice.
Dundee United have received positive news on the hamstring injury picked up by Mark Connolly.
With regular stopper Mark Connolly facing a prolonged spell on the sidelines through injury, Dundee United have added to their defensive options by signing experienced Englishman Troy Brown.
Dundee United will make changes from their triumphant derby line-up for tomorrow’s Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup clash with Arbroath at Tannadice.
Goal machine Lawrence Shankland will be available for Dundee United’s Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup clash with Arbroath this weekend.
The joke at Firhill on Friday after Dundee United came back to win a game that saw them lose the opening goal for the first time since March, was that boss Robbie Neilson’s half-time team talk had been a stroke of genius.
Defender Mark Connolly has urged his Dundee United team-mates to go one further than their draw at Hearts and start racking up the wins in Betfred Cup Group A.
The sight of a packed Tannadice and news of fans camping out all night to get tickets has made Mark Connolly even more determined to make sure Dundee United get back to the Premiership this weekend.
Mark Connolly believes, mentally, the Premiership play-off semi-final against Inverness Caley Thistle will be more difficult for Dundee United than if they reach the final next week.
Dundee United still have work to do if they are to win promotion this season but gaffer Robbie Neilson believes if he hadn’t rebuilt his team in the January transfer window their chances would have long since faded to nothing.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson expects to have January signings Osman Sow and Mark Connolly back in his squad for Saturday’s Tannadice clash with Queen of the South.
Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson is hopeful quick decisions to get injury doubts off in midweek will see two key men available for the clash with Alloa tomorrow.
Dundee United defender Mark Connolly thinks they have made life more difficult for themselves in their bid for promotion from the Championship but insists they won’t give up the fight.